ambit is a quarterly literary and art magazine. it strives to feature fresh voices and visions from across the world, placing first-time writers alongside giants of the scene; put together entirely from unsolicited submissions.



the latest issue of Ambit features poetry from Lesley Saunders, Rebecca Watts and Niall Campbell amongst many others, fiction from João Anzanello Carrascoza, and beautiful illustrations by Shih-Hsien Hsu. Up on their website there’s a preview in the form of a poem by Palestinian American physician and poet, Fady Joudah, as well as images of New York-based artist, Lauren Clay’s wallpaper installations.
// from the issue: sci-fi meditation – fady joudah //

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issue 231 of Ambit is the first time it’s been available to MagShuffle subscribers. the edition features poetry, prose and art with contributions from Judy Brown, N.J. Stallard, Caitlin Newby and Vala Thorodds among many others, and 10 pages of the mag are curated by Cubitt Gallery curatorial fellow, Helen Nisbet, who puts together artwork for the issue.
// from the issue: drinking, walking, washing – sophie larrimore //

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